Cash – PhysicalA physical activity includes doing something that requires someone to move their body…. money such as notes or coins
Child – The term used to describe a young person before they reach pubertyThe physical and emotional changes of a child becoming an adult….
choice – A decisionMaking a choice. one has to make between one or more options
Damage – Physical or mental harm to something or someone.
Danger – The possibility of something dangerous happening
Democracy – A system of governmentThe elected party who govern and make decisions for the country…. where the decision making process is vested in the general population
Dentist – Someone whose jobPaid work carried out on a regular basis it is to look after our teethStructures in the mouth that helps us to chew food. and keep them healthyFood and drink that are good for you..
Different – Something that is not the same as something else
Doctor – Someone whose job it is to treat us when we are illNot feeling well because of an illness or disease. or injured.
Emotion – A feeling that someone can have, such as happinessThe feeling of being happy and content. or anger.
Fair – Something that is without prejudice or discrimination
Family – The people you are related to by blood (your mother, father, siblings, grandparents, cousins etc.) or by marriageThe legal union of two people. (husband or wife).
Feeling – The physical or emotionalTo affect or hurt someone’s feelings, such as making them feel sad or scared…. response to something.
Friendly – Being nice or kindBeing thoughtful towards somebody and treating them nicely. to somebody.
Manners – Actions that demonstrateTo show or present how something works. an awareness of social customs and respectBeing thoughtful and polite towards other people. and for other people’s feelingsEmotions that a person can feel..
Medicine – Something you take to make you betterSomething that is superior to something else. if you are ill.
Moneybox – A box you put your coins in to keep them safe
Nurse – Someone that helps look after us when we are ill.
Optician – Someone whose job it is to assess our eyesight and see if we need glasses or not.
Paramedic – Someone whose job it is to give emergencyA sudden, urgent and sometimes frightening event that often requires immediate help from others…. help to people who are seriously ill or injured.
Pet – An animal that we look after and careLooking after someone. for in our homes
Polite – BehaviourThe way that somebody acts around other people. that indicates respect and consideration for others.
Qualities – The personality traits that make someone who they are.
Sleep – The resting state of the body when you go to bed.
Solution – The methodFollowing a process or list of instructions. in which a problemA difficult situation that needs to be resolved or overcome. is overcomeTo succeed in dealing with a problem. or resolved
Stereotype – A generalised or over-simplified image or ideaSomething imagined or creative to solve a problem or design a product…. of a particular type of person or thing that is often untrue.
Vote – A choiceA decision one has to make between one or more options or preference towards a motionThe movement an object makes when controlled by an input or output (e.g. left, right, up, down). There are four types of motion: reciprocating, oscillating, rotary and linear…., decision or candidate for an electionAn event wherein people can vote for their candidate of choice for a specific position…
Worried – The feeling of anxiety or unhappiness about something that is happening now or in the future.